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  1. YSU finally gives Jackrabbits the bootRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Tribune-Chronicle

    He thought he broke his foot Tuesday when he slipped on a wet and muddy field at Rayen High School, where the Penguins were practicing in preparation for Saturday's matchup against South Dakota State University, which plays on grass. Cejudo then missed an extra point during YSU's critical showdown with the Jackrabbits, a miss that could've cost the Penguins dearly.

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  2. Youngstown St. Holds Off S. Dakota St. 30-27Read the original story

    6 hrs ago | TheCourier.com

    Julius Childs broke up a final pass from Zach Lujan as Youngstown State blunted a fourth-quarter rally by South Dakota State, preserving a 30-27 win in the Hobo Day Game on Saturday.

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  3. State Short On Hobo Day Against YoungstownRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | KDLT-TV Sioux Falls

    After putting together game-winning drives in the fourth quarter in each of their last two games, the third time was not the charm for the South Dakota State football team on Saturday as the Jackrabbits came up short, 30-27, to Youngstown State on Hobo Day at Coughlin-Alumni Stadium. The Jackrabbits, ranked 13th in the Sports Network media poll and 15th by the Football Championship Subdivision Coaches, dropped to 5-3 overall and 2-2 in the Missouri Valley Football Conference.

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  4. CFB: Jacks Late Comeback Comes Up ShortRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | KELO-TV Sioux Falls

    Along with posting photos, videos, and stories, your uShare account lets you post Classified Ads, recipes on What's For Dinner, and Announcements. After putting together game-winning drives in the fourth quarter in each of their last two games, the third time was not the charm for the South Dakota State football team on Saturday as the Jackrabbits came up short, 30-27, to Youngstown State on Hobo Day at Coughlin-Alumni Stadium.

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  5. YSU at S. Dakota St.Read the original story

    Yesterday | Tribune-Chronicle

    It sure seems like it has been a while since the Youngstown State football won a signature game. The time span grows even more when recalling the last major road victory.

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  6. Volleyball: Raiders rally falls short to PenguinsRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Guardian

    Following its amazing comeback-win at Green Bay last week, Wright State fell short in a hard fought 3-1 loss to Youngstown State. The Penguins are currently tied for first place in the league, while the Raiders are tied for last and were looking for their first home league win of the season.

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  7. Raiders' Safety Net at Safety is RossRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | NBC Bay Area

    Brandian Ross will start at safety for the Raiders this Sunday after an injury to Usama Young. Ross then signed with the Dolphins, but in September he was waived by Miami.

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  8. Youthful YSU women hope to competeRead the original story

    Monday Oct 20 | Tribune-Chronicle

    For the 2014-15 Youngstown State women's basketball team, you'd better fork over the money to buy a program before plopping into your seat at the Beeghly Center. Coach John Barnes, in his second year, has done some reshuffling.

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  9. YSU's Keene moving on from last year's setbackRead the original story

    Sunday Oct 19 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Sophomore Marcus Keene was indefinitely suspended after an alleged incident that happened during a Youngstown State men's basketball practice early last February. Two, former Penguins forward Ryan Weber, who was the team's second leading scorer last season, suffered a broken nose around the same time Keene was suspended.

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  10. YSU back on trackRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The loss to Western Illinois one week earlier stuck with them like a steady toothache. The only way to get rid of the pain was to take care of business in a Missouri Valley Football Conference game against the Southern Illinois University Salukis.

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  11. S. Illinois at YSURead the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The leadership of Youngstown?State is being tested at the midpoint of the season in 2014 as the Penguins have no choice but to bounce back from their 30-24 loss to Western Illinois last Saturday. YSU, which fell from No.

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  12. YSU relying on Hain to come up big for PenguinsRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | Tribune-Chronicle

    His blonde hair and baby face looks has made him look more like someone who enjoys the beaches in his native state of Florida than posting up on big men in the Horizon League. Despite the looks, the 6-foot-10, 240-pound junior power forward has slowly been a steady force for the Youngstown State University men's basketball team.

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  13. YSU reloading, not rebuildingRead the original story

    Monday Oct 13 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The 5-foot-11, 180-pound senior guard jumped and tried to block the shot of junior teammate Bobby Hain during the first Youngstown State University men's basketball practice of the season. "First day of practice, actually went up to block Bobby's shot, fell, hit the ground," said Cole during Monday's YSU men's basketball media day.

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  14. Problems to solveRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 11 | Tribune-Chronicle

    There were several factors Youngstown State coach Eric Wolford could have pointed to as reasons for a disappointing 30-24 loss to Western Illinois, but he chose to single out the 11 penalties committed by the Penguins, and his reasoning was simple. Undisciplined plays - and actions - and a second half in which YSU was outscored 16-7 led to a loss in the Missouri Valley Football Conference that could haunt the Penguins .

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  15. Changing of the guardRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 7 | Tribune-Chronicle

    At most points during the tenure of Youngstown State coach Eric Wolford, scoring 14 points wouldn't have been enough for the Penguins to earn a win. Actually, at any point but one, 14 points would not have been enough to secure a victory.

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  16. YSU makes use of off weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 30 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The bye week in college football is generally a time for players and coaches to relax and forget about football for a few days. Youngstown State, which is 3-1 and ranked No.

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  17. Raiders re-claim Brandian Ross days before Dolphins gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 25, 2014 | South Florida Sun-Sentinel

    That appears to be the case for the Oakland Raiders , which claimed former Dolphins safety Brandian Ross on Wednesday, a day after the Dolphins waited the three-year veteran. Even though Ross has spent the past three weeks with the Dolphins it is difficult to conclude the Raiders claimed him for a downloading session of Miami's playbook and audibles heading into Sunday's game against Oakland.

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  18. Ypsilanti Lincoln forward Devin Haygood verbally commits to play basketball at Youngstown StateRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2014 | MLive.com

    Ypsilanti Lincoln forward Devin Haygood knew where his future was headed the minute he stepped onto Youngstown State's campus. The Penguins' coaching staff aggressively pursued Haygood throughout the summer after they saw him at a Las Vegas camp in July.

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  19. Cats push win streak to 11 straightRead the original story

    Sep 21, 2014 | Manhattan Mercury

    Behind career highs in kills and blocks by senior Chelsea Keating, the Kansas State volleyball team wrapped up its non-conference schedule with its 11th straight victory - a 3-1 win over Youngstown State - on Saturday in Cliff Keen Arena. Keating had 13 kills and eight blocks, along with 11 digs to also tie another career high, helping lead the Wildcats to a first-place finish at the Michigan Invitational, the third in-season tournament championship for K-State this year.

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  20. Volleycats capture 3rd straight tourney, conference play nextRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2014 | KMAN-AM Manhattan

    Behind career-highs in kills and blocks by redshirt senior Chelsea Keating, the K-State volleyball team wrapped up its nonconference schedule with its 11th-straight victory, a 3-1 win over Youngstown State on Saturday in Cliff Keen Arena. Keating had 13 kills and eight blocks, along with 11 digs to also tie another career-high, to help lead the Wildcats to a first-place finish at the Michigan Invitational, the third in-season tournament championship for K-State this season.

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